Christmas flowers at Stems of Windsor

We started with our Christmas flowers a couple of weeks ago, with two installations at restaurants.

Sustainable seasonal installation at The Frog by Adam Handling, Covent Garden.

We used carpet moss, tillandsia, cotton, cones, limonium and thistle.

The Fox and Hounds, Bishopsgate

We made scented garland of blue pine, dried fruit, Scandi style wooden decorations, cones and twigs to decorate the beautiful Fox and Hounds in Englefield Green.

Wedding at The Loch and The Tyne

My favourite place, because the food is amazing, the ambience is wonderful and it’s on my doorstep – The Loch and the Tyne.

Magical Christmas garden

So now it’s time for door wreaths and Christmas table arrangements. If you’d like to order flowers, call us on 07932 052411.

Summer to autumn weddings at Stems of Windsor

Our summer wedding season ended with two beautiful weddings – one at Hedsor House and the other at Coworth Park.

Soft peach has been a favourite this season. We mixed it with white and some mauves to keep a very soft look.

From the biggest bouquet to the tiniest posy, it’s fascinating the different choices people make.

This week’s wedding will have a real autumn feel. Leaves in every hue, blended with rich, jewel-like flowers. Like a stunning autumn sunset!

If you want a truly distinctive design for your wedding or event, contact or call 07932 052411

Summer at Stems of Windsor

Summer Bouquet for a special birthday

I loved creating this lovely, summery bouquet for a special birthday at The Monkey Island Hotel in Bray.

It contained garden style roses, allium, campanula, antirrhinums, Green Bell, limonium, grasses, poppy seed heads and clematis, and it was like summer in full bloom.


These stunning delphiniums in two-tone are so beautiful. Tall and graceful, I like to leave them as long as possible in bouquets to add a real wow factor

Dried flowers for Adam Handling’s Restaurants

Dried flowers are very popular at the moment.As a forager for the past few decades, and lover of drying my own flowers, this project is the perfect one for me – grasses, gyp, limonium, scabious heads and craspedia.

I took part in a BBC Radio 4 programme this week, called Open Country, and talked about how Windsor Great Park has inspired my work as a floral designer. I took this bouquet with me to demonstrate how you can see my love of nature so clearly reflected in my pieces. This was taken at Obelisk pond, where we wer lucky enough to see a rhododendron still in bloom.

We had an new addition to the family this week, in the form of 8 week old cockapoo, whom we have named Daisy. It had to be a flower name!

I’m going to end with this lovely image of my late Mother and I in Windsor Great Park, near The Copper Horse, with me doing my favourite thing at 4 years of age – picking daisies!

Florist Windsor, Stems of Windsor

As a new florist in Windsor, and having opened during the pandemic, we’re testing the new territory, and opening seven days a week.

We were in Holborn for 36 years, where our corporate clients wanted flowers Monday to Friday.

Now, with many former commuters working from home, buying patterns have changed. People are making their home office more attractive, adding plants and fresh flowers.

Tillandsia, crassula, phalaenopsis

We had the pleasure of providing flowers for this beautiful bride last week. Wedding guest numbers are still limited to 30, but the flowers were important to the family – an array of English summer flowers, invluding peonies, lily of the valley, alliums, campanula, brodaeia….

And finally, my favourite project in ages…what can I say? Animals and flowers! In my element! Take a look at to add special magic to a holiday or special occasion in Windsor!

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